* Holy Temple Mount Desecrated With Murder At around 7 AM on Friday, three Palestinian terrorists finished their prayers in the mosque on the Temple Mount, exited the compound and opened fire on passersby, killing two Druze Israeli policemen and injuring a medic moderately.
* Does Fatah see new UNESCO resolution as an endorsement of violence and terror in Jerusalem? This week UNESCO passed a resolution denouncing Israel's activity in the Old City of Jerusalem, particularly its archaeological excavations.
* Hamas calls for attacks on Israelis after Temple Mount closure Terror group holds rally to celebrate killing of two Israeli officers; describes shuttering of compound as a 'religious war.'
* Israel outraged by Jordan's reaction to terror attack Jordanian government demands Israel immediately re-open the Al-Aqsa Mosque to worshipers. Israel: Jordan escalating the situation.
* Russian and NATO pilots are testing each other's wills in the skies above Eastern Europe NATO and Russian aircraft and ships have drawn ever closer in the skies and seas around Eastern Europe in recent years, engaging in a kind of cat-and-mouse game that has led to many near misses.
* Analysis: Terror Attack On Temple Mount Can Lead To Dangerous Escalation Since October 2015 Palestinian youth have stabbed, run over and shot Israeli soldiers and civilians, including some tourists, in a wave of violence in the West Bank and Israel.
* Turkey marks anniversary of failed coup with mass rallies Tens of thousands of Turks have taken to the streets to mark the first anniversary of a failed coup.
* Temple Mount killers aimed to set the Middle East ablaze Arab Israeli trio selected the most resonant site in the region; they expected to die, and to trigger much more bloodshed.
* Archbishop of Strasbourg: 'Muslims say France will be theirs' 'European migration policies bringing biggest shift since third century barbarian invasions led to Western Roman Empire collapse.'
* After Mosul: Iraq Faces Three Challenges Last Thursday, Dressed in battle fatigues and adopting a martial tone, Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi entered the remains of the historic al-Nuri Mosque in Mosul to announce the end of ISIS.